Wheel Drives

CV Joints that attach a car’s transmission to the wheels can over time become worn. Moisture and dirt cause them to fail due to lack of lubrication and corrosion, especially if the CV boot is cracked or split. The Inner joint failure may cause vibration or clunking when accelerating or decelerating.

Driveshafts usually referred to as half shafts.
If you car is shuddering, vibrating, clunking or squealing then you may have a driveshaft problem.

Driveshafts can also be damaged by kerbing wheels or not replacing cv boots when worn.

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Wheel bearings allow your wheels to turn smoothly and also support the weight of the vehicle. If you’re noticing alignment problems, your wheels are making a rumbling sound or the steering seems to have too much ‘play’ then you may have a wheel bearing problem and they may not be doing their job correctly.

We also stock

  • CV Boot Kits
  • Wheel Hubs
  • Drive Couplings & Universal Joints
  • Transmission Oil